Air France has announced it is adapting its network and increasing services to leisure destinations for the winter season that begins October 2021 and lasts till March 2022, offering its customers new services to sunny destinations around the world from its hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport.
The airline will begin new services to Zanzibar, Tanzania from 18 October 2021 operated twice weekly by a Boeing 787-9. The flight will have a scheduled stop in Nairobi, Kenya.
Air France will also begin flights to Colombo, Sri Lanka from November 1, 2021 flying 3x weekly and as a continuation of the flight to Malé, Maldives with the services being operated by Boeing 787-9 as well.
To the Middle East, the airline will start operating three weekly flights to Muscat (Oman) as from 31 October 2021 operated by Boeing 787-9. This will strengthen its flight schedule to Dubai (United Arab Emirates) offering up to 14 weekly frequencies as from 23 October 2021.
Beginning November 3, Air France will be reinforcing its flight schedule to Papeete (French Polynesia), as a continuation of the flight to Los Angeles (United States). The airline will offer up to 5 frequencies to this destination, operated by Boeing 777-200.
Finally, as from 31 October 2021, Air France will increase services to Miami (United States) and will offer up to 12 weekly flights operated by Boeing 777-300 and Airbus A350. This flight schedule is subject to change and remains subject to obtaining the necessary government authorizations.
By Victor Shalton Odhiambo